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The Diceman Cometh (1989)

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Kathleen Monica ...
Trini
Fred Asparagus ...
Scalper
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Dice's Mom
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Dice's Dad
Jarrett Lennon ...
Young Dice
Jacque Lynn Colton ...
Female Customer
Cliff Emmich ...
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JoAnne (as Julie Werner)
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Andrew Dice Clay Live! The Dice Man Cometh  »

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Andrew Dice Clay: Hickory Dickory Dock. Some chick's been sucking my cock. Clock struck two, dropped my goo...
Andrew Dice ClayAudience: ...Dumped the bitch down the next block!
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This program is dedicated to "The Originals" "So you thought it couldn't be done.... Ta Huh." See more »

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Featured in Retrosexual: The 80's (2004) See more »

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fu@king unbelievable
28 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Starting with a few humorous skits detailing Dice's past, it then moves into the concert footage. Andrew Dice Clay is without a doubt one of the comedy great. Riffing on pretty much everyone and everything, this stand up special is hilarious from beginning to end and transports you back to a time where he was on the way to the top of his game. In this insanely PC world we now inhabit, where so-called 'edgy' comics are watered down and homogenized (barring Sarah Silverman, of course) we need someone like the Diceman to take the stick out of our collective asses.

My Grade: A


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